September 28, 2014

mhplanet: Old books outside the Dog Shop 2:
'A Capful O' Nails' (1896) with WH Smith Subscription Library sticker

mhplanet: Old books outside the Dog Shop 2:

'A Capful O' Nails' (1896) with WH Smith Subscription Library sticker

September 27, 2014

Seton Hill library by Kayla Sawyer.

Seton Hill library by Kayla Sawyer.

September 24, 2014

by Raw Art Letterpress

by Raw Art Letterpress

September 21, 2014

Old Books by Elizabeth Lord

Old Books by Elizabeth Lord

September 14, 2014

Stacks by Travelin’ Librarian.

Stacks by Travelin’ Librarian.

September 7, 2014

American Literature by Nate Ortiz:
Multiple literature books were left behind after Emerson High School was closed in 2008. Emerson High converted to a visual/performing arts school in the 1980s, and was abandoned due to mold issues and $23 million shortfall which finally caught up with the Gary school district. Emerson VPA was consolidated with Wirt High School which is now called Wirt/Emerson VPA Academy.

American Literature by Nate Ortiz:

Multiple literature books were left behind after Emerson High School was closed in 2008. Emerson High converted to a visual/performing arts school in the 1980s, and was abandoned due to mold issues and $23 million shortfall which finally caught up with the Gary school district. Emerson VPA was consolidated with Wirt High School which is now called Wirt/Emerson VPA Academy.

September 2, 2014

le storie scritte e le storie da scrivere by Stefania Giannuzzi

le storie scritte e le storie da scrivere by Stefania Giannuzzi

September 1, 2014

Una biblioteca, malos pensamientos… by Patricio Gatti

Una biblioteca, malos pensamientos… by Patricio Gatti

August 30, 2014

Bookend- Angela Davis by AgitPropDevices

Bookend- Angela Davis by AgitPropDevices

August 28, 2014
"If you cannot read all your books…fondle them—-peer into them, let them fall open where they will, read from the first sentence that arrests the eye, set them back on the shelves with your own hands, arrange them on your own plan so that you at least know where they are. Let them be your friends; let them, at any rate, be your acquaintances."

— Winston Churchill